PHILIP JO ROTH

Phil is a former director of the New York Society of Security Analysts and long-time board member and past president of the Market Technicians Association and among the first recipients of the Chartered Market Technicians (CMT) designation. Phil is an Adjunct Professor in Technical Analysis at Fordham University Graduate School of Business Administration; and has lectured at Baruch, Columbia, Cornell, Georgia Tech, Rutgers, Tulane, Howard and the University of Richmond. Phil graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a B.S. in economics and attended Rutgers University graduate school.

SANDRA COMAS

Global leadership consultant, professor and teacher. Work in developing cross-cultural leaders with skills in vision, strategy and action. Expertise in emotional intelligence, cultural understanding, and bringing teams together for great results. Experience with people from around the globe, including Europe, China, Africa, Latin America and the U.S. Fluent in Spanish, French, Portuguese and English. PhD from Yale, International Executive MBA from IE Business School, and Master’s Degrees from Stanford.

GORDON SPELLMAN

Dr. G. Kevin Spellman, CFA, (aka “Coach”) is the Director of the Investment Management Certificate Program and Senior Lecturer at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and is a Visiting Lecturer and the Director of the Investment Game at IE Business School. Spellman has academic (since 2000) and professional money management experiences (since 1994).

MILO JONES

Professor at IE since 2008, Milo Jones has worked as CEO in several international companies and as a professor in France and USA. He holds a PhD in International Relations and is a member of several associations such as the Association of Communications and Electronics of the International Institute for Strategic Studies.

SIMON HIRST

Master in Business Administration, the Wharton School, USA (Thouron Fellow). He holds a MA in Geography (Open Scholar, 1st Class Honours), Oxford University. He has 12 years of experience at Lehman Brothers (84 – 96). Head of the European Transportation & Infrastructure Sector and Co-Head of European Industrial Group at Salomon Smith Barney. Joint Global Head of M & A at Commerzbank. He’s the CEO of LSE listed Durlacher Corp: turn-around and reverse merger with Panmure Gordon, as well as the Managing Partner of Tri-Artisan Partners Europe, a London/New York based LBO advisory boutique covering all of the leading private equity firms.

GOVIND IYER

Govind S. Iyer is a Professor in the Department of Accounting at the University of North Texas. He has been a Visiting Professor at IE Business School since 2007. His earned his Bachelor of Science (Statistics) from Bombay University (India), Master of Taxation from Georgia State University, and Ph. D. in Accounting from Georgia State University. He is an Associate of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India and has also passed the CPA exam from Arizona. He has also published several SAP e-learning solutions for financial accounting and managerial accounting courses.

BRUCE BUSTA

Dr. Bruce (Harv) Busta, received his Ph.D. in Accounting from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln.  He has an accounting degree (with honors) and a MBA from St. Cloud State University.  He is a CPA and CISA (Certified Information Systems Auditor).  His research is typically involves the creation of cases for accounting and MBA students.  For more than 12 years he has been a visiting professor at IE Business School in Madrid, Spain.  Both at SCSU and IE, Dr. Busta has extensively taught financial and managerial accounting for MBA students.  He is also the Finance Forum Leader for the Anderson Center, which specializes business education for executives and mid-level managers.

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